As a pet parent, you know all the benefits of living with a furry friend in your home. Wet kisses, happy tails, loud purrs, twining rubs.
Did you expect your pet to belong to the “Speed Eaters Anonymous Club,” where they eat so fast it comes right back up?
Like many pet parents, you may assume these digestive ailments just happen. You may assume they’re normal and chalk them up to coming with the territory of living with a pet. Perhaps they’ve become regular occurrences that you simply handle with mild frustration.
The important thing to know is that many seemingly “normal” digestive problems are best to be checked out by us. For instance, the hacking up hairball problem in kitties. Is it more than two times a week? Or getting more frequent? That may possibly indicate a problem. We know there’s a lot of information on the Internet you can read, but nothing replaces a face (yours) to face (ours) to face (your furry buddy) visit with us.
When you schedule your pet’s yearly checkup, we can discuss and answer all of your questions. During the checkup, as part of our physical exam, we’ll perform a “hands-on” inspection of your pet’s abdomen by feeling each of the organs and evaluating the shape, size, and position. We may want to take a look at your pet’s poop to check for parasites and harmful bacteria. It’s all about digestion and it’s how to keep your pet healthy!
Schedule your pet’s yearly checkup today. Let’s determine what’s normal and what’s not when it comes to your pet’s digestive tract.